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Cargo compartments on Boeing passenger and freighter airplanes incorporate comprehensive fire protection that includes fire detection and suppression systems. Boeing designs cargo compartments to prevent fire and to provide passive and active protection systems should a fire occur.
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Section General. The provisions of this chapter shall specify where fire protection systems are required and shall apply to the design, installation and operation of fire protection systems. Fire protection systems shall be installed, repaired, operated and maintained in accordance with this code and the International Fire Code.
Any fire protection system for which an exception or reduction to the provisions of this code has been granted shall be considered to be a required system. Exception: Any fire protection system or portion thereof not required by this code shall be permitted to be installed for partial or complete protection provided that such system meets the requirements of this code. Persons shall not remove or modify any fire protection system installed or maintained under the provisions of this code or the International Fire Code without approval by the building fire protection subcode official.
Threads provided for fire department connections to sprinkler systems, standpipes, yard hydrants or any other fire hose connection shall be compatible with the connections used by the local fire department. Fire protection systems shall be tested in accordance with the requirements of this code and the International Fire Code. When required, the tests shall be conducted in the presence of the building fire protection subcode official. Tests required by this code, the International Fire Code and the standards listed in this code shall be conducted at the expense of the owner or the owner 's authorized agent.
It shall be unlawful to occupy portions of a structure until the required fire protection systems within that portion of the structure have been tested and approved. Where required, fire protection systems shall be monitored by an approved supervising station in accordance with NFPA Automatic sprinkler systems shall be monitored by an approved supervising station.
Exceptions: A supervising station is not required for automatic sprinkler systems protecting one- and two-family dwellings. Limited area systems serving fewer than 20 sprinklers. Fire alarm systems required by the provisions of Section Exceptions: Single- and multiple-station smoke alarms required by Section Smoke detectors in Group I-3 occupancies. Supervisory service is not required for automatic sprinkler systems in one- and two-family dwellings. Supervision and monitoring of emergency alarm, detection and automatic fire-extinguishing systems in Group H occupancies shall be in accordance with the International Fire Code.
Where buildings, or portions thereof, are divided into fire areas so as not to exceed the limits established for requiring a fire protection system in accordance with this chapter, such fire areas shall be separated by fire barriers constructed in accordance with Section or horizontal assemblies constructed in accordance with Section , or both, having a fire-resistance rating of not less than that determined in accordance with Section Where provided, fire pump rooms and automatic sprinkler system riser rooms shall be designed with adequate space for all equipment necessary for the installation, as defined by the manufacturer, with sufficient working room around the stationary equipment.
Clearances around equipment to elements of permanent construction, including other installed equipment and appliances, shall be sufficient to allow inspection, service, repair or replacement without removing such elements of permanent construction or disabling the function of a required fire-resistance -rated assembly.
Fire pump and automatic sprinkler system riser rooms shall be provided with a door s and unobstructed passageway large enough to allow removal of the largest piece of equipment. Section Definitions. Class I system. Class II system. Class III system. Automatic dry.
Automatic wet. Manual dry. Manual wet. Semiautomatic dry. Section Automatic Sprinkler Systems. Automatic sprinkler systems shall comply with this section.
Alternative automatic fire-extinguishing systems complying with Section shall be permitted instead of automatic sprinkler protection where recognized by the applicable standard and approved by the fire protection subcode code official. Unless specifically allowed by this code, residential sprinkler systems installed in accordance with NFPA 13D or NFPA 13R shall not be recognized for the purpose of exceptions or reductions permitted by other requirements of this code. Approved automatic sprinkler systems in new buildings and structures shall be provided in the locations described in Sections Exception: Spaces or areas in telecommunications buildings used exclusively for telecommunications equipment, associated electrical power distribution equipment, batteries and standby engines, provided those spaces or areas are equipped throughout with an automatic smoke detection system in accordance with Section An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout buildings and portions thereof used as Group A occupancies as provided in this section.
For Group A-1 , A-2 , A-3 and A-4 occupancies, the automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout the story where the fire area containing the Group A-1 , A-2 , A-3 or A-4 occupancy is located, and throughout all stories from the Group A occupancy to, and including, the levels of exit discharge serving the Group A occupancy.
For Group A-5 occupancies, the automatic sprinkler system shall be provided in the spaces indicated in Section An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for fire areas containing Group A-1 occupancies and intervening floors of the building where one of the following conditions exists: The fire area exceeds 12, square feet m 2.
The fire area has an occupant load of or more. The fire area is located on a floor other than a level of exit discharge serving such occupancies. The fire area contains a multitheater complex. An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for fire areas containing Group A-2 occupancies and intervening floors of the building where one of the following conditions exists: The fire area exceeds 5, square feet In Group A-2 nightclubs , the automatic sprinkler system shall be tied to the performance sound system and to the house lights in such a way that activation of the automatic sprinkler system mutes the performance sound system and restores the intensity of illumination to that required by Section An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for fire areas containing Group A-3 occupancies and intervening floors of the building where one of the following conditions exists: The fire area exceeds 12, square feet m 2.
An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for fire areas containing Group A-4 occupancies and intervening floors of the building where one of the following conditions exists: The fire area exceeds 12, square feet m 2. An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for Group A-5 occupancies in the following areas: concession stands, retail areas, press boxes and other accessory use areas in excess of 1, square feet 93 m 2.
Where an occupied roof has an assembly occupancy with an occupant load exceeding for Group A-2 and for other Group A occupancies, all floors between the occupied roof and the level of exit discharge shall be equipped with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided where multiple fire areas of Group A-1 , A-2 , A-3 or A-4 occupancies share exit or exit access components and the combined occupant load of theses fire areas is or more.
An automatic sprinkler system shall be installed throughout the entire floor containing an ambulatory care facility where either of the following conditions exist at any time: Four or more care recipients are incapable of self-preservation , whether rendered incapable by staff or staff has accepted responsibility for care recipients already incapable. One or more care recipients that are incapable of self-preservation are located at other than the level of exit discharge serving such a facility.
In buildings where ambulatory care is provided on levels other than the level of exit discharge , an automatic sprinkler system shall be installed throughout the entire floor where such care is provided as well as all floors below, and all floors between the level of ambulatory care and the nearest level of exit discharge , including the level of exit discharge.
An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided for Group E occupancies as follows: Throughout all Group E fire areas greater than 12, square feet m 2 in area. Throughout every portion of educational buildings below the lowest level of exit discharge serving that portion of the building.
Exception: An automatic sprinkler system is not required in any area below the lowest level of exit discharge serving that area where every classroom throughout the building has not fewer than one exterior exit door at ground level. An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout all buildings containing a Group F-1 occupancy where one of the following conditions exists: A Group F-1 fire area exceeds 12, square feet m 2. A Group F-1 fire area is located more than three stories above grade plane.
The combined area of all Group F-1 fire areas on all floors, including any mezzanines , exceeds 24, square feet m 2. A Group F-1 occupancy used for the manufacture of upholstered furniture or mattresses exceeds 2, square feet m 2.
An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout all Group F-1 occupancy fire areas that contain woodworking operations in excess of 2, square feet m 2 in area that generate finely divided combustible waste or use finely divided combustible materials.
Automatic sprinkler systems shall be provided in high-hazard occupancies as required in Sections An automatic sprinkler system shall be installed in Group H occupancies.
Cultural property management is entrusted with the responsibility of protecting and preserving an institution's buildings, collections, operations and occupants. Constant attention is required to minimize adverse impact due to climate, pollution, theft, vandalism, insects, mold and fire. Because of the speed and totality of the destructive forces of fire, it constitutes one of the more serious threats. Vandalized or environmentally damaged structures can be repaired and stolen objects recovered. Items destroyed by fire, however, are gone forever. An uncontrolled fire can obliterate an entire room's contents within a few minutes and completely burn out a building in a couple hours.
Early detection and suppression of fires has made a tremendous impact in reducing injuries and deaths due to fires. These statistics demonstrate the tremendous impact seemingly simple technologies can have on life safety when properly implemented. This special issues aims to review some of the notable advancements in the field of suppression and detection.
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A fire alarm system has a number of devices working together to detect and warn people through visual and audio appliances when smoke , fire , carbon monoxide or other emergencies are present.